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$700K for ‘Roughing’

April 6, 2022
Legal liabilities in sports are dictated by other tort claims governed by the law. A tort claim focuses on […]

Social Host Liability in Ontario: Non-Commercial Setting

March 14, 2022
Introduction Social host liability is a legal concept most commonly associated with injuries allegedly caused or contributed to by […]

Settlement Privilege

January 28, 2022
Can A Lawyer Keep Their Prior Settlement Negotiations Secret In A Subsequent Related Claim?    Sneak peek – the […]

Contingency Fee Agreement – How Does it Work?

July 1, 2021
There are two ways to hire an injury lawyer. You can: 1) pay by the hour; or 2) enter […]

How COVID-19 affects your road to recovery

September 21, 2020
What would you do if you had a serious injury that was getting worse? You would see a professional […]

What is a Waiver?

June 9, 2020
Do you remember the last time you went skiing? Horse riding? Rock climbing? If the answer is yes, you […]

NCLA Newsletter | Volume 6 Issues 2: Dictating in the Chicken Coop

May 21, 2020

Self-Compassion During COVID-19

May 4, 2020
COVID-19 has created disruptions to many people’s working lives. Maybe you’re working from home – or trying to, anyway […]

Covid-19 and the Workplace

April 2, 2020
Stores closed, streets empty, playgrounds taped off – we live in challenging times. As we all band together to […]

COVID-19 Message

March 19, 2020
Canada and Ontario are facing unparalleled times during the current COVID-19 pandemic. The health and safety of our clients, […]